Wool purse, computer bag and sewing tote

Wool purse

Wool purse

My old purse completely wore out! What’s a girl to do? I’ve had a notion for quite a while to make my own bag in a size and style that was fitting to me. custodia nike iphone 6 Here’s what I came up with, and it is the perfect bag. I had fun with wool scraps and free motion quilting. back of wool purseOn the back side of the purse, I put a pocket that would hold my pen, mechanical pencil and my cell phone.DSC05058On the inside I put one smallish pocket to hold the “smalls” and then put a snap on the top so it would hold things securely. I love it! I also made a computer bag that is perfect for carrying my binders for meetings that I attend.DSC05050This was a wonderful pattern my Atkinson Designs that is very well written and very thoughtfully planned. custodia iphone 6s viola There are pockets on the ends of the bag and on the front, along with a zippered pocket for security and a zippered pocket on the inside of the bag. I love the way it looks and feels.DSC05051Here’s a look at the inside of the bag. custodia iphone 6s con batteria It is nicely finished with no raw edges anywhere.DSC05052The sewing kit in front of the computer bag is another Atkinson Designs patter called “Classmates,” and like the previous bag, has excellent instructions, well thought out design and a classy look. It’s fun to do projects other than quilts sometimes.

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5 Responses to Wool purse, computer bag and sewing tote

  1. sue winkel says:

    Hi Pam Happy Mother’s Day Hope you have a wonderful one. Your bags and purse are darling as usuall. Love ya Sue

    • pkay says:

      It’s always so nice to hear from you, and you always say the nicest things! Happy Mother’s day to you as well. Hugs!

  2. Dee says:

    You finished GREAT!!! You know what is still on my Gammill (mystery), 1/4 into quilting when I noticed railroad tracks on the back…rip it rip it rip it. Have you had that problem yet? Got to sign up for the FAIR, tomorrow is the deadline. Hope you are in excellent health.

    “Zippity doo dah, zippity yay, my, my, my have a Happy Mother’s Day”

  3. Dee says:

    It just dawn on me…you made a cell phone pocket 😀

  4. Pam says:

    Thanks for the comment! I have had ONE issue where the tension was completely out of whack and had to remove a lot of very complicated quilting. It took a few minutes to put it in and weeks to take it out. I learned a hard lesson, hopefully never to be repeated!

    Happy Mother’s Day to ALL you wonderful mothers.

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